A Conversation With Acting Coach, Larry Moss

Larry Moss is probably one of the most famous acting coaches around right now. He’s worked with actors Hillary Swank, Helen Hunt, Leonardo Dicaprio, Michael Clarke Duncan, Hank Azaria, Jim Carrey, Tobey Maguire, Jennifer Garner and David Duchovny. Pretty good client list, right?

Here’s what Leonardo DiCaprio has to say about him:

“Larry’s unwavering commitment to his craft, his encyclopedic knowledge of the arts, and his sincere enthusiasm for the art of acting itself make his process exciting, inspiring and truly transformational as an actor. I would recommend his technique and process not only to first timers, but also seasoned veterans of the craft.”

Check out this interview. It’s a little under an hour long but it’s really great stuff!

1 Comment

  1. Jacii Ward

    May 16, 2013 at 8:53 am

    I have taken a workshop with many so called famous teachers who often charge hundreds just to sit and observe. I took one again recently with a relatively unknown acting teacher John Pallotta in New York City- He is amazing and did not cost me a dime. I would encourage you to google him and check him out. he is called The Actor Whisperer. This is his site http://www.johnpallotta.com

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